PODCAST 940: Adam’s Hino Transporter, A $1000 Bet, and Getting a Rideshare Vehicle

October 6, 2017

Adam and Matt are in the studio talking about Adam’s new Hino Transporter project as well as the 935 making its way to New York in time for the auction of Paul Newman’s Rolex. Plus, the two try to settle a $1000 bet between some of guys the at the shop. After giving a listener advice on getting a rideshare vehicle, Matt gives an update on his Mustang build.

Hosts: Adam Carolla and Matt D’Andria
Producer: Chris Laxamana
Engineer: Caelan Biehn

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PODCAST 939: Rutledge Wood on The Olympics, Rebulding a ’67 Fastback, Electric Cars, and The Food Network

September 29, 2017

Rutledge Wood returns to CarCast with Adam and Matt. He recalls his time in Brazil covering the Olympics before talking about his new build for eBay Motors. The guys also help a listener who owns a Fiat Spider 127 Abarth then chat about electric cars, the Lexus LFA, and Rutledge’s new show on The Food Network.

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PODCAST 938: Adam’s New Car, McLaren 720S, Lubricating the Speedo, and Jetta vs. Passat

September 22, 2017

The guys give an update to Adam’s newest car in his collection: Paul Newman’s championship 1976 Triumph TR6. Matt also talks about driving the McLaren 720S and filming it for a project. Plus, Adam and Matt help a listener torn between getting a Jetta or Passat.

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PODCAST 937: LaMarr Woodley and James Torrez on NFL’s Tackle My Ride, Mini John Cooper Works GP, and Matt’s Mustang

September 15, 2017

Matt talks about his Mustang project before Adam shares some beef he has with the latest edit of the Monterey race. The guys also give an update on the Willy T. Ribbs documentary before inviting NFL’s LaMarr Woodley and James Torrez to the studio. LaMarr chats about some of his NFL career highlights and the guys discuss watches, the new Mini concept car, and Reggie Jackson.

Check out Season 2 of Tackle My Ride TONIGHT on the NFL Network.

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PODCAST 936: Stunt Driver Jeremy Fry on Baby Driver, Pod Cars, and the Worst Movie Offenses

September 7, 2017

Jeremy Fry (Baby Driver, Dark Knight Rises, John Wick) joins Adam and Matt to give some insight into his job as a stunt driver for Hollywood’s biggest movies. Later, the guys discuss the most egriougious examples of screenwriting when it comes to cars.

Watch Jeremy in Baby Driver, available on digital September 12th and Blu-ray/DVD October 10th.
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PODCAST 935: Spike Feresten on the New 911 GT2 RS, Cars and Coffee, and the Future of Cars

September 1, 2017

Adam and Matt welcome Spike Feresten for som Porsche talk. They also take a call from Albert Arciero, who raced in Adam’s group at the Rolex Historics. Later, the guys talk about a cool coffee table at Spike’s house, wheels, and Lena Dunham driving stick.

For more with Spike, check out Spike Car Radio on PodcastONE.


References

PODCAST 934: Monterey Car Week, Rolex Historics, Porsche 935

August 25, 2017

Adam and Matt recall their eventful time in Monterey during Car Week, their favorite week of the year. They talk about some of the parties they attended, last-minute plays to allow Adam to race, and a firesuit debacle. Plus Adam discusses what it was like racing his Newman Porsche 935!
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PODCAST 933: Borla Exhaust, Coyote Crate Engines, Car Improvements

August 18, 2017

Dave Borla joins Adam and Matt to talk about all things exhaust. Matt recalls his tour of Roush headquarters and the guys share simple suggestions on how car companies can improve cars.